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Synthesis and kinetic investigations of macromolecular polymeric catalysts

by John Carter Leighton

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Statementby John Carter Leighton
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 85 leaves :
Number of Pages85
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Open LibraryOL24596919M
OCLC/WorldCa12203491

These advanced polymerization techniques offer unprecedented opportunities in the tailored synthesis of an gigantic family of new polymers of various controlled macromolecular chain parameters, including molecular weight and distribution, chain architecture, comonomer composition and distribution, stereoregularity, etc., that suit diverse. Benjamin B. Noble, Michelle L. Coote, in Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry, 1 Introduction. The objective of polymer synthesis is to efficiently assemble macromolecules with precisely controlled structures, so as to maximize their utility for a given application. Over the last century, synthetic polymers have become ubiquitous, used in areas ranging from medicine through to.

Well-defined diblock and triblock copolymers, star polymers, and concentrated polymer brushes on solid surfaces were prepared using living radical polymerization with organic catalysts. Polymerizations of methyl methacrylate, butyl acrylate, and selected functional methacrylates were performed with a monofunctional initiator, a difunctional initiator, a trifunctional initiator, and a surface Cited by: Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 19 () - MACROMOLECULAR IMIDAZOLE COPPER COMPLEXES AS CATALYSTS FOR THE OXIDATIVE COUPLING OF PHENOLS J. P. J. VERLAAN, R. ZWIERS and G. CHALLA Laboratory of Polymer Chemistry, State University of Groningen, Nijenbo AG Groningen (The Netherlands) (Received Septem ) Summary In order to extend the investigation Cited by:

The book provides a state of the art description of the synthetic tools to precisely control various aspects of macromolecular structure including chain composition, microstructure, functionality and topology as well as modern characterization techniques at molecular and macroscopic level for various properties of well-defined (co)polymers in solution, bulk and at surfaces.   A potentially general kinetic method for the investigation of active-site availability in preparations of macromolecular catalysts was developed. Three kinetic models were considered: (a) the conventional two-step model of enzyme catalysis, where the preparation contains only active catalyst (E(a)) and inert (i.e. non-binding, non-catalytic) material (E(i)); (b) an extension of the Cited by:


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Synthesis and kinetic investigations of macromolecular polymeric catalysts by John Carter Leighton Download PDF EPUB FB2

A NEW APPROACH TO THE SYNTHESIS OF POLYMERIC CATALYSTS Introduction Functionalized polymers can act as efficient catalysts for organic reactions.

The design of such polymeric catalysts has generally followed the prototype of enzymes. Two properties of enzymes are critically important to catalytic activity: 1) binding of the substrate at the ac.

A NEW APPROACH TO THE SYNTHESIS OF MACROMOLECULAR CATALYSTS. Introduction. Discussion. Design of Polymer Matrix. Proposal of Research. SYNTHESIS AND CLEAVAGE OF MODEL COMPOUNDS AND POLYMERS.

Synthesis of Model Compounds. Cleavage of Model Compounds. Synthesis of Spacer Atom Monomer Synthesis of Polymers. Cleavage of Polymer. Synthesis and kinetic investigations of macromolecular polymeric catalysts.

By John Carter Leighton. Abstract (Thesis) Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Florida, (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (leaves )(Statement of Responsibility) by John Carter Leighton Catalysts (lcsh), Enzymes Author: John Carter Leighton.

This is the first book to describe the synthesis and characterization of the materials used in polymer-supported synthesis.

The authors cover not only the classical polymers and their use in homogeneous, heterogeneous and micellar catalysis, but also such new developments as "enzyme-labile linkers", illustrating how to simplify the purification process and avoid waste.

Synthesis of Cyclic Polymers: Ring-Expansion Reaction of Cyclic S-Dithioester with Thiiranes. Macromolecules38 (14), DOI: /mah. Macromolecular Design of Polymeric Materials - CRC Press Book Providing a range of information on polymers Synthesis and kinetic investigations of macromolecular polymeric catalysts book polymerization techniques, this text covers the gamut of polymer science from synthesis, structure and properties to function and applications.

Based on this kinetic study and previous literature, a possible reaction mechanism for styrene carbonate synthesis using ZnBr 2 and TBAB as homogeneous binary catalyst system can be proposed.

Here the reaction is initiated by the coordination of styrene oxide (SO) with Lewis acid site of zinc bromide (ZnBr 2) to activate the epoxide by the formation of the zinc-epoxide adduct (step 1).Author: Abdul Rehman, Abdul Rehman, Ana María López Fernández, M.F.M. Gunam Resul, Adam Harvey.

Synthesis of High Molecular Weight Linear and Branched Polylactides: A Comprehensive Kinetic Investigation Article in European Polymer Journal November with Reads. Polymers, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Design and synthesis of macromolecules with defined composition, structure and functionalities have been extensively explored for several decades, but remain a great challenge.

Dehydration Synthesis. As you’ve learned, biological macromolecules are large molecules, necessary for life, that are built from smaller organic molecules. There are four major classes of biological macromolecules (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids); each is an important cell component and performs a wide array of functions.

A potentially general kinetic method for the investigation of active-site availability in preparations of macromolecular catalysts was developed. Semisegmented amphiphilic polymer conetworks (APCNs) based on the hydrophilic monomer 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate (DMAEMA), the hydrophobic monomer methyl methacrylate (MMA), and the hydrophobic cross-linker ethylene glycol dimethacrylate (EGDMA) were prepared using group transfer polymerization in a two-step procedure that involved the synthesis of linear Cited by: A potentially general kinetic method for the investigation of active-site availability in preparations of macromolecular catalysts was developed.

Three kinetic models were considered: (a) the conventional two-step model of enzyme catalysis, where the preparation contains only active catalyst (E a) and inert (i.e.

non-binding,non-catalytic. 1. Introduction. Macromolecular structures can be tailored to fit into varied roles as supports in synthesis, as separation media and as entities to achieve reaction catalysis.Such observations open up a vast area of experimentation including the choice of monomers, appendages that confer appropriate reactivity to polymers, use of additives to achieve predefined polymeric Cited by: 9.

Polymerization reactions can proceed by various mechanisms, as mentioned earlier, and can be catalyzed by initiators of different kinds. For chain growth (addition) polymerization of single compounds, initiation of chains may occur via radical, cationic, anionic, or so-called coordinative-acting initiators, but some monomers will not polymerize by more than one by: 1.

This article reviews the development of a novel all-around iterative methodology combining living anionic polymerization with specially designed linking chemistry for macromolecular architecture syntheses. The methodology is designed in such a way that the same reaction site is always regenerated after the polymer chain is introduced in each reaction sequence, and this “polymer chain Cited by: Introduction.

Polymeric materials, both natural and artificial, play important roles in modern society. They are widely used as highly advanced materials in many sectors, e.g., electronics, machinery, communications, pharmacy and increasing need of polymeric materials for various applications will require the construction of more structurally and functionally diverse by: Combination of Tris(pentafluorophenyl)borane and Trialkylsilyl Triflate as an Efficient Catalyst System for the Group Transfer Polymerization of Acrylates.

Polymer JournalCited by:   Investigation on the polymerization with various catalyst loadings and targeted polymerization degrees. Under the optimized molar ratio of [CuBr 2] 0:[Me 6 TREN] 0 (), SET‐ATRP of MA with various CuBr 2 loadings (50,and ppm vs.

monomer) were conducted (Entries 3 and 9–11, Figure 3).Cited by: 1. Controlled Synthesis and Properties of Cyclic Polymers. Alain Deffieux.

Université Bordeaux 1, CNRS, ENSCPB, Laboratoire de Chimie des Polymères Organiques, 16 avenue Pey‐Berland, Pessac, France Book Editor(s): General Methods of Synthesis of Cyclic Macromolecules. On the Physics of Cyclic Macromolecules. Conclusion. by: 8. Combination of Tris(pentafluorophenyl)borane and Trialkylsilyl Triflate as an Efficient Catalyst System for the Group Transfer Polymerization of Acrylates.

Polymer Journal32 (12), Cited by: Conventional synthesis of polymers by ATRP is relatively low throughput, involving iterative optimization of conditions in an inert atmosphere.

Automated, high-throughput controlled radical polymerization was developed to accelerate catalyst optimization and production of disulfide-functionalized polymers without the need of an inert by: CTA can be contrasted with the other means of changing M w, such as controlling temperature, or initiator or monomer ature (T) is a blunt means of controlling M g T reduces M w and increases the reaction rate, and lowering T increases M w while slowing the reaction.

Increasing initiator concentration [I 2] decreases M w at ≈1/sqrt[I 2], but also accelerates the Cited by: 5.